Ready or Not, Showers & Storms are Near

Not a bad start to our Thursday morning! Early morning patchy fog has lifted, roads are dry and Mother nature paints a beautiful blue sky across Downtown…


If you’re just taking the kids to the bus stop, you won’t need to umbrella on the way but you may catch a spotty shower or two as you pick them up in the afternoon.DAPHNE_School_Day_Forecast

Our next real weather maker is associated with an approaching cold front, currently bringing showers and storms across areas of Kansas, Iowa, and Wisconsin. They’ll work into northwestern Middle Tennessee as soon as Friday morning but the best chance for thunderstorms arrive during the afternoon to early evening timeline.VIDEO VIPIR

A ‘Marginal Risk’ for any storm to reach severe criteria (1 on scale to 5) remains in effect for most of Middle Tennessee on Friday.


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Once this front pushes through Friday evening, things are looking AWESOME for the weekend! Expect drier air, lower humidity, cooler temperatures and refreshing Sunshine on Saturday. Spotty showers are possible ahead of our next weather maker late on Sunday but the better chance for storms looks to be on Monday.WSMV 7 Day AM

I’ll have an update on storm timing coming up on News 4 at noon today!

-Meteorologist Daphne DeLoren

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